Dallas, TX asked in Animal / Dog Law and Civil Litigation for Texas

Q: I lent someone $800 to buy a dog once breaded they would pay me 1600 can sue for non payment and keep the dog?

The deal was they would pay me 1600 once the dog was breeded and had puppies, the dog has been breeded 4 times already and I have only received $50. I have lost my apartment along with my car,can I sue and keep the dog f or non paymnt AND 3 years have already passed

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Kristina M. Bergsten
Kristina M. Bergsten
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A: You can sue for what you were promised, and any additional damages related to non performance of the contract (verbal or written)

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